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Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSA) sold two natural gas assets in Wyoming and Louisiana for $2.1 billion plus shale acreage in Pennsylvania, continuing a $15 billion divestiture plan.
Goodrich Petroleum Corp. reported Thursday that a West Feliciana Parish well had an initial production rate equivalent to roughly 900 barrels of oil per day.
We are concerned about the vigorous opposition to the Helis Oil and Gas proposed fracking operation in St. Tammany Parish. As a result, we are writing in support of the efforts by Helis Oil & Gas to drill in St. Tammany Parish on private property.
The oil and gas industry is the backbone of Louisiana’s economy.
And nowhere is that more true than in south Louisiana, where so many of our businesses rely — directly or indirectly — on the industry.
American Midstream Partners said on Tuesday (July 15) it would spend $115 million to buy an Alabama natural gas plant as well as offshore oil and gas pipeline from a competitor, adding to the company's existing oil and gas infrastructure in southeast Louisiana.